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- Print Length: 290 pages
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- Publication Date: March 26, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XWHVMT2
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I liked the characters in High Alert more than I appreciated other elements of the novel. Everything was done well. The setting, the writing itself, the plot. High Alert by Alex Lukeman is a well put together novel. It should be. It is the fourteenth book in The Project Series. You don't get to do it fourteen times if you are doing it wrong. No, the rest of the elements were done well, it's just that I fell in love with these characters. They reminded me of people I served with. I knew soldiers just like Ronnie Peete and Lamont Cameron. Reading this book made me miss my days of service.
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The story opens with an American missile submarine sunk of the coast of North Korea in the Sea of Japan; it is the opening move in a madman's plan to plunge the world into war. A day later the Chinese ambassador to Washington is assassinated driving to the White House. Meanwhile, the unstable leader of North Korea prepares to attack America with a terrible weapon. Even worse, the U.S. has a leak, a General feeding information to an American billionaire, whose company builds high tech military equipment.
“High Alert,” the fourteenth in the series, is another exciting book, and it is very apt at the moment as it focuses on North Korea and their drive to develop a nuclear bomb. "High Alert" grabs the reader from the beginning and the velocity of excitement does not slow. Although the book can stand alone, I strongly suggest that you begin with the first book so you can appreciate the character development and continuity even more. So why not just suspend reality for a while, relax, read, and enjoy the ride. That is far more enjoyable thing to do then sort socks. I really enjoy this series and recommend it to you.
This fact paced exciting thriller is like reading page from today's news. The story line is excellent, A nutjob North Korean leader ready to drop a nuclear bomb with a few exciting twists. It is well written and has good, highly likeable, interesting, and believable characters. What else can you ask for? It has left me wanting more and interested in reading the other books in the Project Series, and there are currently 17 books in the series. I would strongly recommend this book to fans of Action Adventure books, you won't be disappointed. I enjoyed this book so much that after reading the ARC I purchased a copy of the book.
Thank you NetGalley, Alex Lukeman and BooksGoSocial for an ARC in exchange for an honest review
Now, my minor criticisms. First, The foreign country is Ukraine, NOT the Ukraine. “The Ukraine “ is a region, much like our “the Midwest”. Second, although I started the Project series with this book, my understanding was that the team was super secret. Yet it seems as though everyone knows about them. Sort of like secret agent James Bond. Third, Freddie, the AI supercomputer, is a bit of a stretch. Plus, I find it highly improbable that a single IT expert at the Project could have developed it by themselves.
All that said, I did have fun reading it and will start at the beginning of the series.
Loved it and eagerly waiting for the next book of Alex Lukeman!
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Great Job Alex
Looking forward to reading your new release....... once I start reading hard to put the book down.